A hip new restaurant battles it out with a neighborhood fave
The history of the Paul Robeson Theatre is a drama in itself, and it is beginning to feel like a tragedy.
After parents kept coming in to ask whether the Mark Morris Dance Center in Fort Greene had classes for their children with special needs, the dance school decided to create a class to meet demand. Constance and Christopher Stienon of Fort Greene were among the first parents to register their child, Ysolde.
To make sure New Yorkers will be ready to ride safely on the roads of the city, NYC Bike Share set up a series of classes for inexperienced bikers. Nearly 20 curious Brooklynites signed up to attend the class on Thursday night at the Red Lantern Bicycles
A father from Fort Greene was indicted for running Manhattan brothels specializing in Asian women, as well as for 20 counts of laundering hundreds of thousands of dollars and stealing ten grand from unemployment insurance.
Every weekend buyers roam stalls at the Brooklyn Flea in search of good deals and hidden treasures. But what about the vendors? Brooklyn Ink reporters spoke with sellers about the most impressive and memorable pieces they’ve come across. Click on the photos below to hear the vendors’ stories in their own voices. October is the last […]
The influx of affluent whites has imperiled the shops that kept
the neighborhood viable for decades and served black artists and
The Brooklyn Lens Webcast 4/13/2012 from The Brooklyn Ink on Vimeo. The Brooklyn Lens webcast for the week of April 13, 2012.
After eight years of pursuing his passion and working for the MTA, Brooklyn-bred filmmaker Wilkie Cornelius, Jr. has finally realized his dream of making a movie. He premiered his first film Single Hills at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and hopes to turn it into his Hollywood debut.